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Fig 206 Hammer Union

Posted By: rdpmc

Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2021

Price: $30.00

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Fig 206 Hammer Union


Working Pressure:
2,000 psi(138 bar)


Features:
O-ring in male sub improves sealing and protects metal-to-metal seal against corrosion
Replaceable O-ring extends union
1-to 10-inch sizes


Recommended Service:
Manifold and line connections, suction service, and corrosion service


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